Meet the Redesigned Back Cove 372
The new-look Back Cove 372 will replace the Back Cove 37 this autumn.
Back Cove Yachts 372 has been updated with a fixed, glazed pilothouse window and a bi-fold salon window. Courtesy Power & Motoryacht
This fall, Back Cove Yachts in Maine will relaunch its Back Cove 37 as the Back Cove 372.
A cruising yacht powered by inboard engines is being redesigned after being launched in 2009 more than a decade ago. The number of hulls on the water exceeds 200.
As a result of wear and tear, Back Cove's production molds failed in 2020, providing the opportunity to incorporate new features and design enhancements.
A more efficient 24-volt DC electrical system allows the bow and optional stern thrusters to run longer on the Back Cove 372; a Cummins QSC 8.3 diesel engine with a 7-inch display; and an optional Volvo Penta D8 diesel engine with a Garmin display that produces 600 horsepower.
A black windshield liner and upholstered helm pod to reduce glare at the helm; fixed, glazed pilothouse windows rather than sliding windows for enhanced sightlines; an aft-facing cockpit seat to starboard with a folding armrest and drink holder; a new salon door to port with a bifold window to starboard; a revised shower stall; and an upgraded Side-Power SE100 bow thruster.
During the United States Powerboat Show in Annapolis, Maryland, in October, the Back Cove 372 is expected to debut.